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Found these great looking trailers selling at a local truck accessory shop. http://www.thetrucktoppers.com/
Perfect for theta platform vehicles requiring a lightweight trailer.[/color]
One trailer in photos has available bi-fold ramp.

I think price was around $2000 CAD for 4 x 8 ft (all aluminium)

*took photos on my Motorola U9
 

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Good stuff, Roesterman.
I like the way the expanded metal gate folds down and doubles as a ramp.
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The trailers seem like a decent find but I'm more amazed by the grass you managed to find under them this time of year.
You must be from one of the most southern places in all of Canada.
 

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SnowItch said:
Do you know who actually made the trailers?
AJJ trailers. Its related to Bremar Trailers of Crediton Ontario[/color]. http://www.bremartrailers.com/

I couldnt find a website for AJJ, but I know its an offshoot of Bremar.
SnowItch said:
Geek Alert ;D You know your a geek when you start listing the phone you took a picture with.
Takes one to know one![/color]
SnowItch said:
Seriously, they look like nice trailers for anything that I would tow, and the light weight would be ideal. I'll keep my eyes open for something similar this site of the border.
They ship to the US.[/color]

GMCdriver said:
The trailers seem like a decent find but I'm more amazed by the grass you managed to find under them this time of year.
You must be from one of the most southern places in all of Canada.
I took photos last fall when researching trailer purchase for my theta 2009 Vue.[/color]
 

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gearhead said:
Good stuff, Roesterman.
I like the way the expanded metal gate folds down and doubles as a ramp.
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I like that too. Very cool.

I've been considering such a trailer since I traded in a good old Chevy pickup for the CUV market. Though I'm sure I'll see a lot of tall grass under it if I own one.
 
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